Transferring a course developed for honors students to non-major biology students : lessons learned
Honors in Practice
National Collegiate Honors Council
Honors colleges offer the opportunity for faculty to teach small classes to motivated, academically gifted students. One possible benefit offered by teaching honors courses is the opportunity to experiment with new teaching approaches. Thus, one goal of honors colleges is to act as a “lab” for developing novel educational approaches that can be applied across the university. Here I report on the lessons learned from my experience transferring a course developed for honors students to the general student population.
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McGinley, M. A. (2005). Transferring a course developed for honors students to non-major biology students : lessons learned. Honors in practice, 2005, 85-92. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nchchip/26/